Tag Archive: Conservation

Becoming a Butterfly Breeder

Over the past couple of months, I have been learning how to become a butterfly keeper. I started off with no expectations from a pet insect, but to my surprise my relationship with… Continue reading

A Cute little bird visits our garden for the first time

Yesterday we had a very sweet little thing appear at the bird feeding area – a tiny ball of fluffy brown feathers. I didn’t know what kind of bird he was – from… Continue reading

The Song Thrush Returns

When I was a child we used to have a pair of song thrushes nesting at the very back of the garden among all the overgrown old trees and hedges. As the years… Continue reading

Otterly Adorable

Check out this super cute video of an otter at San Diego zoo playing with a toddler – guaranteed to make you smile! 😀

The Big Garden Birdwatch – results now in!

This weekend the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB for short) recruited hundreds of thousands of volunteers all across the UK to take part in the annual Big Garden Birdwatch. The… Continue reading

Happy Badger Day!

Here in the UK we’re celebrating National Badger Day, a great chance to spoil the badger community in your back garden with peanut butter. Hope everyone has a wonderful time watching their badgers tonight,… Continue reading

The Arctic Fox

I couldn’t help but share this stunning photograph of an arctic fox, taken by photographer Alain Turgeon for the “Wild for Wildlife and Nature” group (please check out their website, which has many more… Continue reading

Red Kites: You Can’t Keep a Good Raptor Down

Red Kite After a lazy start to the day, I was having breakfast in a rather noncommittal manner late one Saturday morning. Just as I thought that the most dramatic moment of the morning would… Continue reading